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Ericson Alexander Molano


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Early Years
Molano was born on November 20, 1979 in Pereira, Colombia. He’s the son of Reverends Nubia and Hugo Molano. He’s the oldest of 4 siblings - Sandra, Libni “Leo”, Gerson and Melissa. He followed his parents on Missionary trips around the world, spreading Christianity through Music and Worship. His family moved to the United States in 1986. Eventually setting place in Long Beach, CA; where they would form Ministerios Salem Internacional. Their Ministry is all around the world, which includes: the United States, Mexico, Guatemala, Venezuela, Colombia, and Peru. In 1999, Molano received his Bachelor’s Degree in Electronic Engineering.
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Molano has always had an interest in music. On November 27, 1999 Molano recorded his first Live album, El Vive Hoy. In his church Ministerios Salem Internacional. He was 19 years old when he recorded it. The album contains the hit song “Dios Manda Lluvia”. (The song made Molano very famous within the Christian community). The album also includes the hits: Siempre te Alabare, El Vive Hoy, and Hosanna al Rey.
In 2000, he founded his recording label, JN Productions. There are currently five artists on this label: Ericson A. Molano, Erick Porta, David Beltran, Manuel Garcia Jr. and Eddie Soto. He’s the President and General Director of Jehova-Nisi Producciones.
In March 22, 2002, he recorded his second album Fue Por Ti in front of a Live Audience in Church On The Way in Van Nuys, California. The CD contains hits like: “Maestro Tocame”, “Alegria” and “Estoy Enamorado”. On August 3, 2002 the album was released.


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